⁠Minimally Invasive(KeyHole) Spine Surgery

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    Best Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Doctor in Chennai

    MISS has several advantages – Minimal postoperative pain, early postoperative mobilization, short hospital stay, rapid recovery and return to work.

    Unlike traditional open spine surgery, which requires a long incision, minimally invasive techniques involve making small incisions, often less than an inch in size. These incisions are usually made near the affected area of the spine. One of the key benefits of minimally invasive spine surgery is its ability to spare muscle tissue. Instead of cutting through muscles and tissues, surgeons use specialized tools and techniques to access the spine, minimizing damage to surrounding structures.

    Dr. Phani Kiran S, specialist in Minimally Invasive KeyHole Spine Surgery at Medspine in Chennai, With more than 10 years of experience, ensures optimal outcomes for patients seeking advanced spine care.

    Types of ⁠Minimally Invasive(KeyHole) Spine Surgery

    Tubular Micro-discectomy

    Tubular micro-discectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to remove herniated disc material from the spinal canal.

    MIS - Lumbar Decompression

    Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (MIS LD) involves removing bone or tissue to relieve pressure on spinal nerves, often through small incisions.

    MIS - Spinal Fracture Fixation

    Minimally Invasive Spinal Fracture Fixation involves stabilizing spinal fractures using small incisions and specialized instruments for improved recovery and outcomes.

    MIS - Spinal Fusion / MIS - TLIF

    MIS Spinal Fusion and MIS TLIF are minimally invasive procedures for stabilizing the spine and relieving nerve compression.

    Endoscopic Spine Surgery

    Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive procedure using a thin, flexible tube with a camera and tools for spinal treatment.

    MIS - Cervical Spine Surgery

    Minimally Invasive Cervical Spine Surgery employs small incisions, specialized tools, and imaging for enhanced precision, faster recovery, and reduced complications.

    Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy

    It is a surgical intervention specifically for treating disc herniations in the lower back (lumbar region). Surgeons use an endoscope to remove portions of the herniated disc that are causing pain and other symptoms by exerting pressure on nerve roots.

    Endoscopic Microdiscectomy

    It is similar in purpose to endoscopic lumbar discectomy, focuses on the treatment of herniated discs. However, it involves specialized microsurgical techniques and instruments in addition to the endoscope.

    Endoscopic Cervical Discectomy

    Endoscopic Cervical Discectomy targets disc herniations in the neck (cervical region). Surgeons remove the herniated parts of a cervical disc that are compressing the spinal cord or nerve roots.

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